Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 October 2009 10:03 Posted by Clash Tuesday, 13 October 2009 10:14
Beneath a Southern Sky will be reissued in February as part of the new value line fiction from WaterBrook Press. The novel, by Deborah Raney is described like this:
After two years serving as a missionary in a remote area of South America, Daria Camfield has returned to the States to mourn
her husband, reportedly killed while providing medical aid to a neighboring Colombian village. At first, Daria finds comfort only in the daughter born to her after Nate’s tragic death. As she begins to heal, she also finds a listening ear and a tender heart in her new boss, veterinarian Colson Hunter. Determined to move forward with life, Daria ignores the still small voice calling her to wait and accepts Cole’s marriage proposal. But after the wedding, Daria’s new dream life turns into a nightmare with the arrival of an unbelievable telegram:“Nathan Camfield found alive. Flying into K.C. Int’l. via Bogota…” Now two men have the right to her daughter, her life, and her love.
Beneath a Southern Sky, winner of the 2002 RITA Award, has a sequel, After the Rains, which continues the story of Natalie Camfield as she grows into a young woman. To learn more, visit: deborahraney.com